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Whatever it takes, Wambach ready, willing

However big or small Abby Wambach's role may be in Sunday's final against Japan, the U.S. team's most prolific scorer simply wants to hoist the trophy after her last Women's World Cup.

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Sources: JPP injures hands in fireworks mishap

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Tiger encouraged by final round at Greenbrier

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Watch: BBTN before All-Star selections
MLB 

Check out all that's happening around MLB as the BBTN crew prepares for the All-Star Game starters to be announced at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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The Rock is fired up for the WWC final
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Dwayne Johnson sent a message to the U.S. women -- not to inspire them, but to say how much he's been inspired by their run in the Women's World Cup. Watch

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Danny Lee won his first career PGA Tour title at The Greenbrier Classic in a four-player playoff. "Wow. I've been so close this year. Now I can understand what winning on the PGA Tour feels like," he said afterwards. Leaderboard

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United States' shot at redemption
Women's World Cup 

The U.S. is looking for revenge against Japan with the shootout loss four years ago still seared in the players' minds. But do they have the tools to not repeat history? Japan's technical prowess vs. U.S. power

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Sun on Mets' side

Mets CF Juan Lagares hit a ball to deep right field that Dodgers RF Yasiel Puig just couldn't find in the sun as two runs scored to put the Mets up 7-0 in the 7th. Follow live

Abby Wambach is ready and willing
Women's World Cup 

However big or small Abby Wambach's role may be in today's final against Japan, the U.S. team's most prolific scorer simply wants to hoist the trophy after her last Women's World Cup. Whatever it takes

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Eyeing the Women's World Cup final
Women's World Cup 

With an hour to go before Japan and the United States meet for the title, fans are starting to pack Vancouver's BC Place. The World Cup spirit even spread to this USWNT fan's contact lenses.

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And then there were two. Danny Lee and David Hearn each roll in birdie putts. They will continue in the playoff.

Cavs, Nets in talks for Joe Johnson
NBA 

The Cavaliers are considering using Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed contract to trade for seven-time All-Star Joe Johnson, who has one year and $24.9M left on his contract, sources tell ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Story

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Julie Foudy on Team USA's mentality
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"They know they've got one more game, because of four years ago. That's the beauty -- if you can call it that -- of that pain of losing the way they did. You never want to feel that again."

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Playoff holes are 18-17-18. If there's a hole-in-one at 18, fans will receive... nothing. The contest is over. No $1,000 payout this year.

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Jason Pierre-Paul expected to meet with doctors, they will have their say, but early indications are, hand injury is not career threatening.

Jason Pierre-Paul injured by fireworks

The Giants DE injured his hands in a fireworks accident, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. The extent of his injury is unknown, and he's still meeting with doctors.

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Same lineup for United States in final
Women's World Cup 

The United States will go with the same starting XI that beat Germany 2-0 in the semifinals, with Alex Morgan leading the attack and Abby Wambach on the bench.

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